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White Supremacist Has DNA Test To Prove His Racial Purity, Hilarity Ensues (VIDEO)

Posted by on Jun. 29, 2014 at 12:10 PM
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White Supremacist Has DNA Test To Prove His Racial Purity, Hilarity Ensues (VIDEO)

Talk Show Audience Roars With Laughter As White Supremacist Is Told His DNA Is Part Black

Remember that white supremacist named Craig Cobb who wants to build a whites-only paradise? As it turns out, he isn’t so racially pure after all, and he’s in denial about it.

White supremacist Craig Cobb was stunned when his DNA test revealed he had African origins on The Trisha Goddard Show

Cobb volunteered a DNA sample to The Trisha Goddard Show for its continuing series on Race in America and the results couldn’t have been more hilarious. During the upcoming episode, Goddard revealed that Cobb’s test showed that he has African origins. Approximately 14 percent of his genes are sub-Saharan African. In short, Cobb is over one-tenth African-American.

“You have a little black in you,” Goddard informed a stunned Cobb. The audience found the results highly amusing and laughed as Cobb tried to pretend they were wrong. He also refused to fist bump Goddard- who is black- when she attempted to congratulate him for discovering a new part of himself. The news sent Cobb into a state of denial and he fell back to the conservative strategy of attacking the science. He accused the show of sabotaging the results in some sort of liberal plot to “promote multiculturalism.”

Despite the results, Cobb is still a racist who pals around with Nazis

Cobb doesn’t plan to sing kumbaya with members of other races because of his DNA results. “Oil and water don’t mix,” he declared on Goddard’s show upon learning his heritage. If anything, he’s doubling down on his racism. He’s still best pals with Neo-Nazi leader Jeff Shoep and refuses to stop considering himself a “purebred.”

Cobb has been foiled again and again in his attempt to build a racist paradise in North Dakota

Ever since he stated his intention to invade a tiny North Dakota town with the intent of transforming it into a racist haven, Cobb has met one misfortune after another. Toward the end of September, Native Americansstood up to Cobb and his ilk and told them to go back where they came from. And then it got even worse for Cobb when his septic system turned his property into a pile of crap.

Does Cobb hate himself now?

Both instances are hilarious foils of Cobb’s plan, but not nearly as funny as his DNA test. For years, Cobb has been an ardent racist. He’s even a wanted man in Canada for committing hate crimes. So it’s just plain funny that the angry racist white purity guy who thinks black people are “inferior” has “inferior” blood running through his veins. I just have two questions. Number one, does Cobb hate himself now? And number two, why hasn’t the United States government extradited Cobb to Canada to answer for his crimes?

All white people have African origins

The fact is, all of humanity can trace its ancestry to Africa. Prior to humans migrating into Europe, all people had brown skin. As it turns out, white skin is a mutation that occurred after the exodus. Scientists made this discovery in 2005. Basically, no white human on the planet can say that their DNA is “pure.” White supremacists will say that the science is wrong, but that’s simply because they’re afraid to look themselves in mirror and think about the truth. Their entire belief system would shatter into a billion pieces if they did. So next time you meet a white racist, be sure to tell them all about the science, and then watch with amusement as they act just as shocked and dumbfounded as Craig Cobb did.

Cobb has made multiple appearances on the Trisha Goddard Show and this episode will air in its entirety on November 18th.

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TappyToes
by Bronze Member on Jun. 29, 2014 at 12:17 PM

I saw that, and a follow-up, show.  They also had a black, woman racist.

BOTH were shocked at what their DNA revealed.

surprised

littlemum41
by on Jun. 29, 2014 at 12:19 PM
This is terrific !
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lancet98
by Bronze Member on Sep. 9, 2014 at 6:53 PM

The 'science' isn't really right in the original article.

All the people that came out of Africa are - all the people.   

Well, probably.   It looks like there might have been a very early patch of people in the middle east, but they probably weren't much different from the people in Africa.   Not at that time.

But way back when, it's not likely that they all had VERY DARK skin like the Black people of today.

That skin color probably came about very recently, as did white skin.

The people who came out of Africa were probably a lovely medium brownish color, lighter than modern Black people, but much darker than modern white people.   Dark but not actually black.   Dark skin is very useful in sunny areas.  

And we're probably not all going to wind up a homogenous tan, either.  Not at all likely considering genetics.   Rather, we're far more likely to have more and more wonderful and marvelous things - very dark black skin with blond hair, dark skin with freckles and blond hair, all sorts of marvelous, wonderful things.   We're going to look marvelous as Billy Crystal used to say.

The amusing thing though, is actually far more amusing than the article suggests.

In fact it's far more hilarious.

But the truth always is.

Mr. Racist doesn't have a lot of his Black genes because we all came out of Africa so many hundreds of thousands of years ago, but far more likely, because his father, mother and other ancestors, had children by black people.   White people had slaves in America, and they had sex with them - a lot of sex.

They also had sex with Native Americans - lots of sex there too.

Lots of babies.

And all with those tell-it-on-the-mountain genes, LOL.

Does that change Mr. Racist?   Of course not.   He's too far gone.

To me, he looks like his ideas are part of some fairly clinical mental health 'issues'.

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